Non-Member Intro to Collective Bargaining

Join FPELRA for a full day pre-conference training seminar. The Introduction to Collective Bargaining / Overview of Chapter 447, Florida Statutes, The Public Employees Relations Act seminar has received the highest rating from individuals new to the Public Sector Labor Relations Field, as well as individuals new to Florida Public Sector Labor Relations!
  • Price: $249.00 Quantity:
    Registration includes seminar materials, manual, breakfast, lunch and various snacks throughout the day. PLEASE NOTE: Full refunds granted if cancellation received prior to January 31, 2016. No refunds will be granted for cancellations received after February 1, 2016.

Schedule

8:00 – 8:30 Pre-conference Seminar Registration & Complimentary Continental Breakfast
8:30 Introductions and Welcome
8:45 Overview of Chapter 447, Florida Statutes
10:30 How to Prepare for Bargaining
12:00 Lunch is Provided
12:45 Management Bargaining Positions and Issues
2:15 Executive Sessions
2:50 Impasse Procedure
3:30 Benefits of Building Productive Labor/Management Relations
4:00 Pre-conference Training Seminar ends
5:30 – 7:00 2013 Conference Registration Desk Open

Administrative Note

Penalty Free Cancellation Deadline is January 17, 2014.
Written cancellation requests postmarked, e-mailed to webmaster@fperla.org or faxed to 877.336.8452 through January 23, 2014 will receive a full refund. Written cancellation requests postmarked, e-mailed to webmaster@fperla.org or faxed to 877.336.8452 after January 24, 2014 will be assessed a cancellation fee of $100


Please Note:

Pre-conference registration does not include full conference


Pre-Conference Training

This training seminar provides a comprehensive overview of the governing Florida statute including topics such as: The history of the law, Constitutional Right to Organize, Representation Process and Elections, Obligation to Bargain, and Unfair Labor Practices.

And, FPELRA offers you more!  The afternoon portion of this seminar will give you tips and pointers on what to do and what not to do, how to bargain from scratch or build on existing language, data collection in preparation for bargaining, and an understanding of the politics of bargaining.

This will be a comprehensive introduction to Public Sector Bargaining in Florida!

 

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